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Money Market.


Money Market. CITY, SEPT. 22,-The stock markets to-day ate flatter, a. number of speculative realisations having been occasioned by the extent of the recent rise, combined with the receipt of lower prices from the Paris Bourse. The English funds have fallen 1 per cent. The more speculative foreign stocks, particularly Mexican, exhibit an unfavourable reaction, which, however, with the ex- ception of the special instance cited, is not of important extent. Consols are now quoted 93f, "buyers," tor money, and 93& to f for the account (October 8). The official business report is as follows:—Three per Cent. Consols, for money, &3j f, ditto, for account, 93' Three per Cents. Reduced, 92 £ 91 j; New Three per Cents., 92|, 92, i, 92; Red Sea Telegraph. 21 1-16; India Stock, 524; ditto Five per Cent. Stock, 108|, I ditto for account, 10& ditto Four per Cent. Debentures, 100|; Four per Cent, "enfaced" rupee paper, 107J; and Exchequer Bill?, par, os pretr:.—■ The railway market is quiet to-day. London and North Western stock is now quoted 10i: t@ J, ex div.; Great Western, fiG! to -J; Midland, 1274 to |, ex div.; Lancashire and Yorkshire, 112f to J,. ex div.; Great Eastern, 501 to 51|, ex div.; Caledonian, 120? to ii, ex div.; South Eastern, 95j LO ex div.; G. e.it Northern; to f, ex div.; and London and South Western, 101 to 3.

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Cattle Market.

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